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Father, son rescued after losing their way

A Hout Bay father and son have been rescued after spending hours trapped on a ledge onthe Karbonkelberg hiking trail on Wednesday night.

Stohr, Ondra Prevail in Moscow Bouldering World Cup + Video

This past weekend, Austrian Anna Stohr pulled off a gold at the Bouldering World Cup in Moscow, with Belgium’s Chloe Graftiaux following close behind with the silver.


Hoggar: New Climb in North Africa by Schenone and Gasprini

Marco Schenone is a talented climber and explorer based in Genua (Italy), with an extensive experience of climbing the mountains of North Africa.

Video: Sam Elias Climbing in Turkey

Yesterday the crew explored a totally different venue and resource off the coast of Olympus, the deep water soloing! We are continually blown away by the culture & climbing potential here in southern Turkey.

British Bouldering Champs 26-27th

The UK’s premier bouldering competition lands in Sheffield this weekend, the British Bouldering Championships take place to decide one thing, who are the best boulderers in the land?

Video: The Crack House

Steph Davis ‘s video climbing The Crack House a 5.13 long crack roof in Moab, Utah, on the North side of Gemini Bridge.


Arco Rock Legends Nominees Announced

Nominees have been announced for the Arco Rock Legends competition, which will have its fifth annual competition on Saturday, July 17 in Arco (Garda Trentino, Italy)

Mountain fall: Second hiker in eight days

An Austrian is in a serious condition in hospital after falling at least 50 metres while hiking on Table Mountain.

Video: Interview with Kilian Fischhuber

Pietro Dal Pra interviews the boulder champion Kilian Fischhuber at La Sportiva factory in Ziano, Val di Fiemme (TN).

17 Hours for Cassin Ridge and a New Route

Colin Haley and Bjørn Eivind Årtun carried out a “quick” ascent of Cassin Ridge at Denali in 17 hours, despite lot of snow in the itinerary and fuel problems which slowed them down for breaking Mugs Stump record in 1991